Hello, It's been pretty cold in Chicago, but today we've had a beautiful sunny high of 25 and my girls were thrilled when I let them out to free range. They found a good dirt spot to dig in and have been there all day. Problem is, its almost time to roost and one looks like she found a particularly muddy spot to roll in- all of her front feathers are hanging down and starting to freeze. What's the best way to de-frost her feathers? Do I need to bring her in and give her a bath? I'm afraid the frozen feathers won't be good for her overnight, and I'm afraid if I bring her in overnight it will be hard for her to acclimate back to the cold. Any suggestions would be appreciated!! Thanks!